Headlines

Your body is a complex set of systems that strive for balance. When your body is in balance you feel good and are healthy. Each system must work in harmony for you to be at your optimum health. When your body is out of balance you not only feel bad, but you are more susceptible to illness and disease. One of the biggest benefits of a healthy lifestyle is maintaining this balance and following good habits..
comments on this article - view comments
Your circulatory system will benefit from a healthy lifestyle in many ways. When you eat right and get exercise your oxygen levels increase. This gives your body’s cells the energy they need to perform at their peak level. A healthy lifestyle prevents heart disease by keeping your arteries and blood vessels strong and elastic. Regular exercise strengthens your heart and lungs keeping your body fit.A healthy diet low in fat and sugar can prevent the buildup of cholesterol in your blood vessels and reduce your risk for heart attacks and strokes. It also keeps your fat and triglyceride level..
comments on this article - view comments
Strong bones support your body and prevent osteoporosis. Your bones are the framework of your body and keeping them strong is important. When you lead a healthy lifestyle a good diet and exercise will strengthen your bones. Getting enough calcium, minerals and training with weights is important to build and maintain your bones. The Gloucester Institute of Fitness reports that regular exercise not only builds muscle, but strengthens bones...
comments on this article - view comments
People who do not smoke have a much lower incidence of asthma and respiratory conditions. Men have a 23 times greater risk for lung cancer and women have a 13 times greater risk if they smoke than non-smokers. Smoking increases your risk for heart disease by 200 to 400 percent. Not smoking is just part of a healthy lifestyleRegular exercise increases your lung capacity and strengthens your lungs. It keeps your airways clear and helps prevent respiratory issues. When your lungs work better you bring in more oxygen which increases your overall health throughout your entire body.Respira..
comments on this article - view comments
A diet high in fiber, low in fat and low in sugar helps your digestive system work well. An adequate amount of water also helps waste travel through your digestive system. Exercise increases the action of your digestive system because much of the action of your intestines depends upon the action of the surrounding muscles. When you exercise regularly your body burns the calories it consumes and gets rid of waste more efficiently...
comments on this article - view comments
It’s never too late to start a healthy lifestyle. It is not hard to develop healthy habits. It just takes commitment and education. Come to us about your options to start living a healthy and better lifestyle and develop a plan to get your body in its peak condition. You will find relaxing easier, sleeping better and become less susceptible to stress. It’s never too late to hit your target..
comments on this article - view comments
Training Tips
There are so many factors that revolve around not only your idea of health and fitness, but how you live your life and how you will be in demand such as work, home/family commitments etc.We know we need to ask many questions before providing a bespoke and comprehensive solution to your individual requirements.However as a general guidance, we have developed these training tips to give you a firsthand look at the direction and commitment needed based on established understanding and practiced methods to get you what you want from yourselfThese training tips also provide you with appropriate pro..
comments on this article - view comments
Sculpt Athletic Muscle and Burn Fat
“Feel great by looking better” Step 1: Train 5 times a week using a combination of weight training and cardiovascular training. In very simple terms you’ll need to ensure your training focuses on building lean muscle tissue which will boost your metabolism. Step 2: Eat 6 meals a day which are high in protein. Ensure each meal contains healthy whole grain carbohydrates. Absolutely ensure that each meal provides healthy fats. The simplest way to do this is ensure you eat your 3 square meals each day, Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Then supplement the remaining 3 meals with protein shak..
comments on this article - view comments
Build Muscle Size and Strength
“Gaining weight is easy, gaining muscle is not so easy!” Step 1: Train 3-4 times a week with weights and limit cardiovascular work. The weight training program will need to focus on the larger movements like Bench Press, Squat, Deadlifts and Bent Over Rows as these exercises stimulate the fastest growth and strength. Step 2: Eat 6 meals a day which are high in protein, in fact we recommend that you ingest 2 grams of protein for every kg of body weight e.g if you weigh 75kgs you need to consume 150grams of protein every day. Ensure each meal contains healthy whole grain carbohydrates...
comments on this article - view comments
High Fitness Performance and Stamina
How to last longer than everyone else!Step 1: Eat 6 meals a day which are moderate in protein and high in complex carbohydrates. Absolutely ensure that each meal provides healthy fats. The simplest way to do this is ensure you eat your 3 square meals each day, Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. Then supplement the remaining 3 meals with protein and energy supplements, it’s very easy.Step 2: Never miss the “Golden Window of Opportunity”. This is the time frame immediately after your training that science says is without doubt the best time, the golden opportunity, to take a protein and carbohydrate..
comments on this article - view comments
Showing 1 to 10 of 10 (1 Pages)